National's lies getting ridiculous

Published: Tue 5 Oct 1999 06:18 PM
"David Carter is lying when he suggests I spent time in the debating chamber after leaving today's meeting with West Coast logging interests," Labour finance spokesperson Michael Cullen said.
"He claims I spent the next hour in Parliament. I did not and will be seeking a retraction from any news media organisation which prints his claim.
"I went directly from the meeting the taxi I had waiting to take me to the airport for a flight to Auckland," Dr Cullen said.

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